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Established six years ago purely as a means of paying homage to their metal forefathers Korn, Slipknot and Pantera, the buzz surrounding DED soon grew way beyond the members’ expectations. Before they knew it, the band were caught up in a whirlwind of intense touring, mounting public attention and the opportunity to record their debut […]

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Incoming: Brownies & Lemonade, Substance LA, Salon Saturno, Pre-Thanksgiving Fest, BTS, Bad Religion, Air Supply, Alkaline Trio, Aimee Mann, NHC (Navarro, Hawkins, Chaney), Thundercat, Lagwagon, GWAR, Courtney Barnett, Dawes, Judith Hill, Kalan.FrFr, Beabadoobee, Tobe Nwigwe, the Record Company, Murs, Art Feynman, Tonstartssbandht, the Regrettes, the Greyboy Allstars, the Midnight, Happy Fits, Bedouine, Sonoda, Citizen, Cold Hart, Soul Syndicate Live, Object of Affection, Deb Never, Boy Scouts, Hot Mulligan, Grady Strange, Moonfuzz, Grace McKagan, Ryan Pollie

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Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker reunited for a Halloween weekend concert special. To set a spooktacular tone for the season, Barker’s own House of Horrors event was broadcast from a private haunted estate. The livestream saw the blink-182 bassist and drummer returning to classics such as “The Rock Show” and “What’s My Age Again?” The show […]

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Pepping up some '80s classics. Continue reading…

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Incoming: Outlaw Music Festival, Dirtybird Campout, Sounds of California: Boyle Heights Festival, the Rolling Stones, Zoé, the Eagles, Bad Religion, Jackson Browne, Primus, Björk, Kylie Minogue, Cold Play, 311, Dave Grohl, ZHU, Alkaline Trio, Dropkick Murphys, Rancid, the Bronx, the Charlatans, Watkins Family Hour, Leon Bridges, Gaby Moreno, Fruit Bats, Tennis, Arlo Parks, Tinashe, Middle Kids, Deep Sea Diver, Astrid, Trishes, Wet Leg, Jaialai, the Drives, Trapdoor Social, Jamael Dean and the Afronauts, iLe, Lido Pimienta, Walk the Moon, the Bleachers, Rosie Tucker, Chloe Moriondo, SG Lewis, Indigo De Souza, Dean Wareham (Galaxie 500, Luna), Open Mike Eagle, Abstract Rude, Kennyhoopla, Gypsum, Potty Mouth, Xin Xin, Austin McCutchen, Middle Kids, Brendan Eder Ensemble, Gracie Abrams

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Born and raised in Florida, Matthew Tyler Musto—these days better known as blackbear—has been making music, and making music his life, since at least 2006.  With five studio albums and seven EPs under his belt (or should that be pelt?), releasing his latest extended play, misery lake, Aug. 13, this year finds blackbear riding high […]

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Hawthorne Heights have released their eighth full-length, The Rain Just Follows Me, via Pure Noise Records. The project was produced by Grammy-winner Cameron Webb (Alkaline Trio, NOFX, Megadeth) and tackles what it’s like for singer/guitarist JT Woodruff to be in Hawthorne Heights for over a decade, both physically and emotionally distanced from his wife and […]

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Top 15 punk albums of 1998? You’d be forgiven for thinking that there weren’t any in the year the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal dominated the news. A quick perusal of Billboard’s Hot 100 singles of the year sees domination by several R&B (Destiny’s Child, Janet Jackson, Usher, Mariah Carey) or hip-hop (Puff Daddy, Master P, […]

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Frank Iero early days interview

We all know that no one is born “cool.” And Frank Iero—along with so many of the musicians and people he encountered, befriended and forged creative relationships with—followed his dreams, muses and instincts to create his musical worldview. Before he was part of the juggernaut that is My Chemical Romance and embarking on his solo […]

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They tell stories of pain and suffering. Continue reading…

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